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Old 03-24-2014, 09:19 AM   #1
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Thought and opinions please!(:

99 roush v6 mustang what should I do to her next!
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What do already have done?
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Post some pics. R u looking at doing suspension, engine mods., or body mods.?


You have a stage 1 Roush Mustang. It does not have any of the extra suspension work and no supercharger. But a cool car.
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Here she is!(:

This my mustang and I'd like to get some performance and suspension work done
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With my new wheels on

Cobra R rims
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Sexy whip, man. Slam it and black those rims out, in my opinion. Regardless, nice car!
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Cobra R rims

Need some beefier tires. And lowering. Then it'd be sexy as f*ck
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Cobra R rims

She looks really good man
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a plastic cold air intake is cooler than a metal one and worth the $10.
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If you have a standard. This will cut your shifting time in half.
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For the suspension. A rear sway bar. You can also pick up a rear sway bar at a junk yard off a gt for next to nothing. You will notice a big difference in your suspension. Strut tower braces are overrated.
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Thanks guys!(:

Yeah ik I need tires lol but they are impossible to find them being 9.5" in width and cool I'm actually looking at putting a 8.8 rearend on her and would I tell a difference with a CAI? And should I go with a cheap shifter or pay for a name brand one?
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Most mods add 10 or less hp. Because our car are heavy it's hard to fell any less than 15 hp. Mod. exceptions 10+hp: tuner, cam, ported and polished heads, turbo, supercharger, 1.8 rocker arms, and a 4.2.


One mod. you can defiantly tell the difference on is a tuner. A tuner can add 5 hp and you can tell the difference immediately. There is something about fine tuning and the difference is night and day. Because you are getting a 8.8 you will need a tuner to fix your speed.


Yes, a 8.8 with gears will make a significant difference but you will gain no hp. Your 0-60 will be shortened significantly. If you have the extra money go with a 3.73 gear it is worth every penny.


Our rims are 9" wide. 9.5" are on 05 and newer. I am not saying you can not put a 9.5" on our front wheels. The rims will require a spacer. My rims are probably the same size I have 245/40/18s.
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I'm looking at a rearend right now and then I'm goin to put a turbo charger on a super coupe heads and my wheels are 9.5" on the way around that's what they say on the inside of the rim
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